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uninterestingly

Definitions

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  • adv. in a way which is not interesting.

from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia

  • In an uninteresting manner.

from WordNet 3.0 Copyright 2006 by Princeton University. All rights reserved.

  • adv. in an uninteresting manner

Etymologies

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Examples

  • I never watched Gilmore Girls for more or less the reason you describe; the ads I saw made Rory look uninterestingly perfect.

    Who Mary Sue Isn’t at SF Novelists

  • Is this the sequel to Point Break? kevin looks awful. only K reeves can play that role so perfectly boring and uninterestingly

    7 Minutes of The Day The Earth Stood Still | /Film

  • God, for a supposed scientific rationalist, you sure are pathetically, and increasingly uninterestingly naive.

    Matthew Yglesias » The Relevance of Theory

  • We are just sharing our interests, albeit sometimes uninterestingly or annoyingly - but we are also trying to let you in on our not so secret secrets on just how great cooking, eating out or trying new foods can be.

    The Foodiots

  • The collectors then offhandedly and uninterestingly decline to buy the rare and singular masterpiece as they take their small white poodle to the curb to drop a turd while the cheffeur cleans it up with his hankie.

    Sisyphus or Bob Ross (revised)

  • So to the jackass who once wrote Moi that these POD-based publishers are somehow not as legitimate as those using first-run printings at the thousand-level (or 500-level) runs, your point is uninterestingly wrong (not to mention erroneously conflating *publishing* with *printing technology*).

    GALATEA RESURRECTS' MOST INTERESTING POETRY PUBLISHERS

  • March 21st, 2008 at 3: 01 pm kentucky derby online betting says: kentucky derby online betting uninterestingly. condensation Tessie

    Think Progress » Much bigger than the Dukestir.

  • Not uninterestingly, "The Dark Night of the Soul" was source for Douglas Adams' "long, dark teatime of the soul," first referred to in HGTTG, then the title of another book.

    Furthermore’s Got a New Beer

  • Hills, which swell up uninterestingly from the plains on their eastern side, on their western have the appearance of having broken off from the next range, and the break is abrupt, and takes the form of walls and terraces of rock of the most brilliant color, weathered and stained by ores, and, even under the grey sky, dazzling to the eyes.

    A Lady's Life in the Rocky Mountains

  • It was done with incredible expense and about as uninterestingly as could be imagined.

    Archive 2007-07-01

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